Ohio State Highway Patrol 2013 Camaro

Filed in Chevy Camaro by on December 10, 2017 • views: 88

The Patrol will use this 2013 Chevrolet Camaro as a show car at fairs, displays and speech details after it was forfeited to the state of Ohio this summer. A Trooper stopped the vehicle on June 2, 2015, for a speed violation on I-75 in Wood County. A strong odor of raw marijuana led to a probable cause search, which revealed more than 600 prescription pills behind the glove box. Troopers also found a small amount of marijuana behind the driver’s seat. The driver was placed under arrest for possession and trafficking pills. The Camaro was installed with a light bar, radio and the Flying Wheel logo after it was forfeited.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) has a 2013 Chevy Camaro to show off at fairs and parades. Don’t think they went out and bought one. OSHP has never bought Camaro’s or Mustang’s for patrol duty. This Camaro was obtained through a drug forfeiture. This car doesn’t even have a car number on the bumper. But then when you only have one 2013 Camaro, I guess you don’t really need one.

It may not serve highway safety patrolling the roads of Ohio, but hopefully it will draw the public’s attention at fairs, so the Highway Patrol can promote highway safety there.

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